WWE Star John Cena is The New Voice of Honda

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WWE Star John Cena is The New Voice of Honda

It was recently revealed that Legendary WWE star John Cena is a new voice of Honda. John Cena was the face of WWE for a very long time, before he left WWE to pursue a career in Hollywood. He is no longer a full-time WWE star but does make a few appearances from time to time.

WWE Star John Cena is The New Voice of Honda

Honda recently released a press release in which they spoke about their Rugged" brand campaign. They will be promoting their new 2021 Passport and Pilot SUVs along with the redesigned 2021 Ridgeline truck.

The first commercial which featured John Cena was recently released and can be viewed on the internet. Cena’s voice will actually be featured for all of their marketing videos for their cars and light trucks. "John Cena is known for his toughness and strength, but he also has a lot of heart and he's a real car enthusiast, making him a perfect fit to be the new voice of Honda," said Jay Joseph, Vice President of Automobile Marketing at American Honda Motor Company.

John Cena was last seen at WrestleMania 36. He fought Bray Wyatt who was playing The Fiend at that time. The match was a cinematic match and most of it was filmed in an empty WWE Performance Center. Cena revealed that he always liked Honda.

"I'm looking forward to this new relationship with Honda because I've always been a big fan of Honda products and how deeply involved they are in the community," Cena said. This new Honda material will be featured on national broadcasts.

It will be featured in NBA, the NFL and college football programming. Sixty-second and thirty-second spots will be part of some premium cable networks, digital media properties and on-demand video programs. The new campaign will have a social media presence including Pinterest, Snapchat and Reddit.

Cena recently said this on Twitter: “We define who we are when we persevere in the face of obstacles. Proud to be the new voice of @Honda, starting with this message that encourages people to "Rise to the Challenge.'

" John Cena has still not officially retired from WWE. That means we may see him perform in WWE. However, it is highly unlikely that Cena will ever return to a full-time WWE schedule.